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Nepal – Land of Highest Mountain on Earth


Have you ever Wondered to visit Nepal ? If yes, then we are pretty much sure that you will never regret while visiting this most amazing country. we highly recommend this small and unique country where you will get some high end experiences of Trekking, hiking, climbing , Mountains, jungles, medieval cities, spiritual sites, and the friendliest people of earth. Yes, there’s a reason why we love Nepal, and you will too.

If mountains could talk, these Mount Everest would have many high stories to tell,

Nepal is filled with the many surprises and an eye opening adventure country which not only one of the beautiful country along with the Himalayas and diversify nature.  .

About Nepal:

Undoubtedly, this is the most exciting destination, Nepal is a small, mountainous kingdom 550 miles long by 90 to 150 miles wide with a population of around 18 million people. Roughly rectangular in shape, the country follows the line of the Himalayas from southeast to northwest. India that makes it one of the few landlocked countries in the world borders Nepal on the north by the Tibetan Autonomous region of China and on the east, south, and west. Nepal is divided into 14 zones that are further divided into 75 development districts. The official language is Nepali and the currency is Nepalese Rupee.

Nepal calls itself the world’s only the Hindu Kingdom. Nearly 90 % of the population claims to be Hindu though in Nepal there is only a very thin line between Hinduism and Buddhism. Overlaying both of these religions is the practice of Tantrism. Tantrism is a set of prescribed formulas to understand the precepts such as meditation, yoga and magic formulas to understand the interconnectedness of spiritual and physical existence.


Nepal Adventure:

Probably, this is the best Journey of Adventurous, if you are keen to do some adventurous trip such as Trekking in Nepal, You don’t need to be a mountaineer with muscles to take up trekking. You must be reasonably fit, have sprit of adventure and should not be afraid of walking.

Trekking is possible at any time of the year depending on where you are going. The most popular seasons are spring (February – May) and autumn(September – November) Winter is very cold above 4000 m and high mountain passes may be snowbound but it is good for trekking at lower altitudes.

During the monsoon season(June-August),you can trek in the rain shadow areas in the north of the Himalayas like Mustang, Upper Manag and Dolpo. These places are out of the reach of the monsoons because of high mountains.

The main precaution to be taken while trekking is not to go up too high too fast. The body should be given plenty of time to acclimatize the change in weather and altitude. Acute Mountain Sickness(AMS) refers to the effects of the thin air at high altitudes which can be dangerous and may result to death of the person. If you get symptoms like Nausea, dizziness, swelling in the face and breathlessness, descend to a lower elevation immediately and seek medical help.

Comprehensive travel insurance is always advised to cover emergencies like helicopter rescue and medical treatment in case of accidents on the trail.

Mountain Flights appeal to all categories of travelers. For those who are restricted by time or other considerations from going trekking, these flights offer a panoramic view of the Himalayas in just one hour. The flights leaves daily from Kathmandu early in the morning. Some of the popular flight tours operated by Buddha Air ( Nepal Domestic Airline ) are as follows:


The awe-inspiring Mt. Everest, in its entire majestic splendor, is at your disposal on this spectacular ‘Everest Experience” flight The flight takes you past Dorje-Lakpa, Chboba-Bhamare, Gauri-Shankar, Cho-Oyu, Pumori, Nuptse, Lhotse, Amadablam and Mt. Everest’. Flying at an altitude of 25,000 feet, we go as close as 5 nautical miles viewing the Top of The World. This is the closest and highest view of Mt. Everest you can ever hope to see-a feat no other airline can offer. The flight takes you so close that you will find yourself saying, “I did not climb Everest, but I touched it with my heart.”


This is the most Spectacular Mountain Flight ever flown. On this flight you will exhibit the closest possible aerial views of Mt. Everest and Kanchenjunga (the highest and third highest mountains in the world). In addition to the “Everest Experience,’ this flight goes beyond Mt. Everest and shows the Tibetan Plateau, Kunibhakarna, Talung, Kabru and Kanchenjunga mountains (the most beautiful mountain in the Himalayan range, for which thousands of people travel to Darjeeling for their viewing pleasure from tiger Hill).

White water rafting means cruising down a rushing river in an inflatable rubber raft or whitewater kayak over crashing waves and swirling rapids for the excitement of a lifetime. Nepal has earned a reputation as one of the best destinations in the world for white water rafting.

A river trip is one of the best ways to explore a typical cross-section of the country’s natural as well as ethnocultural heritage. The river is regarded as a form of a goddess and used for the purpose of various religious rituals such as cremation under both Hinduism and Buddhism. A variety of cultural activities can be witnessed being performed along the river. The adjoining slopes of the river often harbor dense vegetation and interesting wildlife.

Eight rivers in the three river systems are open for tourists for river rafting.

The rivers are the Trishuli, the Kaligandaki, the Bheri, the Seti, the Sunkoshi, Karnali, Tamakoshi and the Arun.

01. The Trisuli River (grade 3+) is one of the most popular, if not the favorite, of Nepal’s raftable rivers. Many choose to incorporate a ride down the Trisuli with either a trip to Pokhara or to the Royal Chitwan National Park.

02. The Kali Gandhi (4 – 6+) winds through remote canyons and deep gorges for five days of intense rapids among gorgeous wilderness and mountain views.

03. The Karnali River (4 – 5) The first 90 km are spent flying through spectacular landscapes and narrow gorges and down some of the most challenging rapids in the world. For the remaining 90 km, the scenery and wildlife are the main attraction.

04. The Sun Koshi (4 – 5) run is 270 km and requires 8-10 days to complete with road access only at the beginning and end.


During autumn (mid-September through November) and spring (March to June)

T-Shirts, Shorts or light cotton trousers, light wool sweater, Tennis shoes / Sandals to wear in the camp at night or when the Tennis shoes are wet; swimsuit, Sun hat, Sun goggles with string, Suntan lotion. Warm jacket. Windproof/ Waterproof trousers. Personal medical supplies. Complete change of clothes Including shoes etc.

During winter (December through February)

T-Shirts, Warm Shorts, light cotton trousers, heavy woolen sweater, Windproof Jacket and trousers, Tennis shoes/sneakers, Sun hat, Sun goggles with string, Suntan lotion. Complete change of clothes includes shoes etc.

1. The camping spot is subject to change as per the water level of the river.
2. Technical rapid is one, which needs utmost skill, maneuverability, and coordination.

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